- Radio presenter Abeiku Santana has called out television host Nana Aba Anamoah over Simply Tacha and Cardi B brouhaha
- Abeiku Santana claimed that he was expecting Nana Aba to chastise Cardi B same way she did against BBNaija star Simply Tacha
- During Tacha's visit to Ghana in which Abeiku and his company took her on a tour, Nana Aba jabbed them, claiming she does not know Tacha
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Popular Okay FM Drive Time host, Abeiku Santana has criticized GH One TV host Nana Aba Anamoah over her comments about Simply Tacha and the recent Cardi B saga.
According to Abeiku Santana, Nana Aba should come and jab Cardi B for her disappointment the same way she jabbed him and UTV for taking Tacha on a tour.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the award-winning radio presenter descended heavily on Nana Aba Anamoah.
"Why were the ladies insulting Cardi B? did Cardi B know she will be meeting the female celebrities?" Abeiku quizzed.
He then went on to call out Nana Aba Anamoah, asking why she did not come out to criticize Cardi B for brouhaha but rather the organizers.
"When we went to bring Tacha to show her our culture, Nana Aba asked who is Simply Tacha? Tacha is half-Ghanaian who is popular in Nigeria," Abeiku recalled.
"We made good arrangements for Tacha to tour Ghana but for the ladies, they went to stand at Kempinski for nine hours waiting for Cardi B," Abeiku stated.
He further jabbed Nana Aba, saying "You Nana Aba Anamoah Girls Prefert, you could not defend the girls but you spoke bad about Tacha's visit."
Abeiku's rant is in relation to comments Nana Aba Anamoah made when BBNaija star Simply Tacha visited Ghana.
According to Nana Aba's comments, Tacha is not someone so important to be given such queenship treatment Abeiku and UTV gave her.
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